We're delighted to introduce two new India Tours to our growing collection, providing even more choice for an experiential add-on to a Goa holiday.
Both our new tours offer game drives in Ranthambore’s National Park, the largest reserve in northern India, where the highest number of protected Bengal tigers reside. The tigers live alongside a number of other animals, including hyenas, leopards, sambar deer, chital, mongoose and over 240 species of bird.
Tigers and the Taj Mahal Tour
The first tour, Tigers and the Taj Mahal, lasts four nights and five days. Highlights of the tour include exploring Old Delhi aboard a cycle rickshaw, and getting the opportunity to visit the Red Fort. You'll also head to one of India's largest mosques, Jama Masjid. Discover the wonders of the Taj Mahal, along with the Agra Fort before heading to Ranthambore National Park. Once here, you'll embark on game drives around the reserve to spot the incredible variety of wildlife, most notably the Bengal tigers.
Red tower of Taj Mahal complex, image credit: Boris Stroujko | Shutterstock
Golden Triangle and tigers tour
The second tour, Golden Triangle and Tigers, is a six-night, seven-day add-on, where you'll get to do plenty of sightseeing. Explore Jaipur, along with the City Palace, the Palace of Winds and the Jantar Mantar, which includes the largest sundial in the entire country. You'll also discover the ancient capital of Amber, including the Amber Fort, where you can embark on a Jeep ride to the top.
Moving onto Ranthambore's National Park, you'll get the chance to witness Bengal tigers in their natural habitat by embarking on game drives through the reserve.
Finally you'll get explore Old Delhi, including visits to the Red Fort, and Jama Masjid, one of India's largest mosques.
Hawa Mahal Palace (or Palace of Winds), Jaipur. Image credit: Lena Serditova | Shutterstock
If you want to know more about these new and exciting tours, or other India Tours available on our programme, visit our India Tours page.
Header image credit: GUDKOV ANDREY | Shutterstock
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